Tradition, Yes and No
- Tradition, Yes and No. Waters, Margaret // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1993, Issue 31, p5
Presents a letter to the editor in response to the article "Tradition and Creativity in Theology," by Avery Dulles in the November 1992 issue.
- Avery Dulles replies. // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1993, Issue 31, p5
Presents a response by Avery Dulles to a letter to the editor about his article on tradition and creativity in theology.
- Commentary: Beyond the praise of the superficial God. Wentz, Richard E. // Anglican Theological Review;Fall90, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p359
Opinion. Ponders on the appreciation of tradition. Role of the church in the appreciation of tradition; Difficulty of understanding tradition.
- Tradition and revelation. Stackhouse, Max L. // Christian Century;11/6/96, Vol. 113 Issue 32, p1061
Focuses on religious tradition. Definition of tradition according to Jews and Christian denominations; Suspicion as a Protestant tradition; Biblical heritage regarding tradition; Implications about tradition and change in `The Book of Revelation.'
- Talking Back to the Boss: Jews and Authority. Lomasky, Loren E. // Judaism;Spring80, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p136
Focuses on the history of Jewish tradition. Indication of superiority on Jewish laws; Fusion of power and morality within the notion of authority; Contribution of Jewish history on civilization.
- Pass it on. Garvey, John // Commonweal;2/11/94, Vol. 121 Issue 3, p7
Discusses tradition and Christianity. Essence of the word ancient; Teaching of the Apostles; Meaning of tradition; Decadence in traditionalism; Center of tradition.
- Tradition, History, and Sequoias. McClay, Wilfred M. // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar2003, Issue 131, p41
Focuses on the tradition and history of Christianity. Effect of Christian faith on the enterprise of historical scholarship; Origin of the word tradition; Suspicion of the hidebound and traditional in Protestantism.
- TRADITION AND THE TRADITIONS OF AFRICAN AMERICAN CATHOLICISM. Copeland, M. Shawn // Theological Studies;Dec2000, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p632
Focuses on tradition and the traditions of Afro-American Catholicism. Reflection of the Black Catholic Congress in 1893; Interpretation of the retrieval of African cultural retensions through popular religion; Identification of the Afro-American Catholic subject of tradition.
- Consider tradition. Hoover, Rose // Commonweal;01/29/99, Vol. 126 Issue 2, p17
Focuses on the ordination of women. Discussion on the three kinds of tradition; Importance of tradition in the integrity of Catholicism; Biblical passages that have been used to apparently subordinate women in the church.